The John Stamos Snugglefest

John reunites with Bob Saget from Full House for a manly look at tenderness.

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How to Be a Heartbreaker. Marina & the Diamonds showers with sexy men


Marina and the Diamonds is an interesting offbeat rock singer who allows the men to bare it all with her in the shower in her latest video.  That’s one way to get some attention.

How to be a Heartbreaker


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Michelle Pfeiffer: Dark Shadows. People Like Us. New Year’s Eve. All on DVD.

The always beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer graced us with her presence in three films this past year in 2012.  All three of them are now available on DVD.  Even if you were not a terribly big fan of New Year’s Eve or even Dark Shadows, you cannot deny that you know it’s always enjoyable when Michelle is in the shot. In fact, the best thing about New Year’s Eve were the scenes with Michelle and Zac Efron. I would’ve preferred to just watch an entire movie that revolved around their story line. As for Dark Shadows, I actually enjoyed it and found it to be a fun film. I knew going in that the movie was nothing like the TV series so I made my peace with it beforehand and watched it completely removed from the 60’s gothic TV Show.  Michelle was naturally one of the highlights of the film and was deliciously dark.  In People Like Us, Michelle churns out a performance that had better get her recognized during awards season this year.  She was stripped down, raw and brilliant in it.




Michelle Pfeiffer is currently in Europe shooting a movie with Robert DeNiro called “Malavita”. DeNiro is a gangster and Pfeiffer is his wife who likes to blow things up. The movie is scheduled for a Spring 2013 release.

Michelle Pfeiffer hanging on the set of “People Like Us”

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Les Miserables: Christmas Day 2012. Extended First Look

Les Miserables finally gets the movie version it’s deserved all these years.   The movie is set to be released on Christmas Day and stars Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway along with some other talented co-stars.

I’ve never been a musical fan, but Les Miserables is one of the few exceptions.  Happy to see Russell Crowe back in top form, Hugh Jackman has never looked better and I may actually be a new Anne Hathaway fan after this.

Rather than relying on post-production recordings, the esteemed ensemble of actors are singing live right on the set, aided only by an ear piece playing live piano accompaniment.  Watch the new extended first look to see what you’re in for.

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iPhone 5: It’s here!


The iPhone 5 is finally here after much anticipation by many including myself.  I’ve never had an iPhone before or an Android as I’m a Blackberry user, but for the last year I had been looking to upgrade to an iPhone and see how I adjust.  Some of my buddies who are gadget geeks urged me to wait for the iPhone 5 which would be coming.  They didn’t know when, but were estimating June 2012.  That obviously didn’t happen and then the rumors continued to swirl around.  It was the only time I got caught in the cloud of the iPhone 5 rumor mill.  I was never one to race out when a product was released as I never cared that much, but this one takes the cake as I’ve been very patient which is not my strong suit.

Here is what you can expect after the unveiling today:


  • We can finally put the debate to rest — Apple’s newest mobile juggernaut is called the iPhone 5 (despite actually being the sixth iPhone to hit the market). It’s 20% lighter than the iPhone 4S, 18% thinner, and crafted out of (what else?) glass and aluminum.
  • Pre-orders for the iPhone 5 will begin on Friday, September 14, and the device will ship to lucky consumers starting on September 21. As usual, the device will be available in 16, 32, and 64GB models, which will cost $199, $299, and $399 respectively with a two-year contract from AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint.
  • The long-rumored (and handsome) two-toned design is indeed legitimate, as is the new iPhone’s larger 4-inch Retina Display. And yes, that 16:9 display runs at 1136 x 640 with five rows of icons. According to Schiller, it’s “the most accurate display in the industry” because the touch sensors are embedded in the display as well.
  • As expected, Apple has also unveiled a brand new chipset for the iPhone 5: the A6, which Schiller says is a full two times faster than the A5 chip in the iPhone 4S
  • The iPhone 4S’s battery life wasn’t anything to write home about, but the iPhone 5 seems equipped to do much better — 8 hours of 3G talk time, as well as 8 hours of 3G and LTE web browsing to be precise.
  • The iPhone’s audio system has been bolstered with a smaller (but improved speaker). There are also now three microphones in the mix: one on the front, one on the back, and another on the bottom.
  • That oft-rumored miniature Dock Connector is real: it’s all-digital, has eight pins and it’s called “Lightning.” Yes, there’s an adapter for it, but no word yet on exactly what it will cost you.


  • It’s hardly a surprise at this point, but the iPhone 5 packs support for Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T’s LTE networks here in the States. What’s really impressive is that combined that LTE support with 2.4GHz and 5GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi onto a single “ultra fast” chip.
  • Despite what a handful of leaks pointed to in the weeks leading up to the event, there’s been no mention of an integrated NFC chip yet.


  • Smartphone cameras are really starting to give their point-and-shoot brethren a run for their money (think Nokia’s PureView and HTC’s ImageSense tech), but instead of running up the megapixel count, Apple has stuck with an 8-megapixel camera. That said, the backside-illuminated sensor is smaller, and features much better low-light performance.
  • App developers may be bummed to know that the camera now also has a built-in panorama mode. The revamped camera also supports 1080p video capture, and users can now snap photos while recording video at the same time. I wonder how HTC feels about that.
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Alanis Morissette Havoc and Bright Lights shines in an enlightening rock album

Alanis Morissette is the alternative Joni Mitchell of this generation.  It’s a breath of fresh air to have an artist be so cracked open.  This album is a far cry from one of the most successful albums of all time, “Jagged Little Pill” which broke records even her own.  Since then we’ve witnessed an artist growing up and moving away from vengeful songs full of angst to the spiritually based and laced tracks of “Havoc and Bright Lights”.

This is a an exhilarating rock album with Eastern and Indian drum flair threading throughout.  Alanis Morissette always has a way with words that are only emphasized when put to music.  Her songs are heart pouring confessionals.  This album took me a couple of listens to connect with and notice the brevity of it.  It gets better with each listen.

Some stand out essential songs of note:  They are the more serious spiritual shots like, “Guardian” about acting as an angel to someone you love, the bouncy profound love song to your significant other who loves all of you, “Empathy”.  “Celebrity” is an intense look at the world we live in now which is entirely superficial on the surface.  It’s a pretty dark uptempo heavy drum tune.  There is the powerfully spiritual “Receive” about one who gives so much, but gets nothing in return so they back away and start paying attention to themselves.  It’s one of the best songs on the album.  There is also an 80’s new wave sounding homage, “Edge of Evolution” about realizing there is more to this life beyond the drama were sitting in everyday.

Spiritual stores should put this disc on their end cap as its got some enlightened uplifting pieces.  Whether or not this is considered one of her best works or not, you can’t deny she’s an incredible artist and that still lights through here.  There are some exotic melodies as well as some rugged rock songs with grating guitar riffs like “Woman Down”, “Lens” and “Numb” which hark back to her “Jagged Little Pill”, “Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie” and “Under Rug Swept” days.  After several listens I genuinely am enjoying this and know what she’s talking about when coming full circle and taking another step up when it comes to spiritual growth.  Alanis Morissette has no doubt reached a place of peace and happiness and it shows.  Incredible woman.

I have the disc that contains the bonus tracks “Big Sur”, “Guru” and “Permission”.  All of which are beautiful, lush driving up the coast kind of songs.  “Big Sur” and “Permission” are penetrating & could’ve or should’ve replaced “Win Win” and “Spiral” and that would’ve made this an excellent 5 star album.  (The bonus tracks might be something only Target is selling.) There was another song recorded for this album that is great, “Jekyll and Hyde” which you can purchase on iTunes and “Tantra” off of Amazon.  They are fantastic bonus tracks and should’ve been on the full CD.  Also during this recording she made “Into a King” which should’ve been on here, but you’ll have to google to find that reflective track.

Purchase Alanis Morissette’s “Havoc and Bright Lights”

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Crazy naked dude wants to give you a hug!

“This happened earlier tonight in front of my house; who knows what the guy is really on, people thought maybe meth. Regardless, this drugged out crazy naked dude wants to give you a hug! Neighbor Nick tries to help the guy…welcome to Venice Beach!!!
07/01/12 As seen first at

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